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Telenet Games

Information in the game database is updated periodically. Below, you'll find that information compiled as pertains to Telenet. The company may be involved as a publisher, developer or both.


Game Boy

Pachinko CR Daiku no Gen-San GB [March 13, 1998]

Game Boy Advance

Slot! Pro 2 Advance: Go Go Juggler & New Tairyou [April 26, 2002]
Slot! Pro Advance: Takarabune & Ooedo Sakura Fubuki 2 [December 28, 2001]

Game Gear

Griffin [July 26, 1991]

GameCube

Swingerz Golf [October 30, 2002]

Genesis

El Viento [1991]
Exile [December 5, 1991]
Gaiares [1990]
Jantei Monogatari [March 29, 1991]
Jennifer Capriati Tennis [August 16, 1992]
Syd of Valis [1992]
Traysia [December, 1992]
Valis III [1991]

Miscellaneous

Telenet Music Box (X68K) [October, 1989]

NES

Mugen Senshi Valis [August 21, 1987]

Nintendo 64

Parlor! Pro 64: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game [January 29, 1999]

PlayStation

Cybernetic Empire [August 5, 1999]
Heiwa Parlor! Pro: Dolphin Ring Special [March 30, 2000]
Heiwa Parlor! Pro: Lupin Sansei Special [January 13, 2000]
Heiwa Parlor! Pro: Western Special [February 3, 2000]
Parlor! Pro [April 25, 1997]
Parlor! Pro 3 [June 25, 1998]
Parlor! Pro 4 [November 12, 1998]
Parlor! Pro 5 [January 28, 1999]
Parlor! Pro 6 [February 11, 1999]
Parlor! Pro Jr. Collection [July 13, 2000]
Parlor! Pro Jr. Vol. 1 [June 10, 1999]
Parlor! Pro Jr. Vol. 2 [November 2, 1999]
Parlor! Pro Jr. Vol. 5 [February 24, 2000]
Parlor! Pro Jr. Vol. 6 [March 16, 2000]

PlayStation 2

Eagle Eye Golf [October 10, 2006]

Sega CD

A-Rank Thunder Tanjouhen [June 25, 1993]

SNES

Ace o Nerae! [December 22, 1993]
BS Let's Pachinko Nante Gindama 1 [1996]
BS Let's Pachinko Nante Gindama 2 [1996]
BS Let's Pachinko Nante Gindama 3 [1996]
BS Let's Pachinko Nante Gindama 4 [1996]
BS Parlor Parlor 2 [1996]
Dark Kingdom [March 11, 1994]
Heiwa Parlor! Mini 8 [January 30, 1998]
The Journey Home: Quest for the Throne [unknown]
Kyouraku - Sanyo - Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! [March 30, 1995]
Kyouraku - Sanyo - Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 2 [August 25, 1995]
Kyouraku - Sanyo - Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 3 [January 19, 1996]
Kyouraku - Sanyo - Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 4 [December 29, 1995]
Kyouraku - Sanyo - Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 4 CR [December 29, 1995]
Kyouraku - Sanyo - Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 5 [March 29, 1996]
Parlor! Mini [April 26, 1996]
Parlor! Mini 2 [June 28, 1996]
Parlor! Mini 3 [September 27, 1996]
Parlor! Mini 4 [November 29, 1996]
Parlor! Mini 5 [March 28, 1997]
Parlor! Mini 6 [May 30, 1997]
Parlor! Mini 7 [August 29, 1997]
San Goku Shi Seishi: Tenbu Spirits [June 25, 1993]
Sankyo Fever! Fever! [October 28, 1994]
Tenshi no Uta [July 29, 1994]

TurboGrafx-16

Puzzle Boy [February 22, 1991]

Turbografx-CD

Avenger [December 7, 1990]
Babel [March 27, 1992]
Browning [February 7, 1992]
Cosmic Fantasy 2 [1992]
Cosmic Fantasy 3: Bouken Shounen Rei [September 25, 1992]
Cosmic Fantasy 4: Ginga Shounen Densetsu (Gekitouhen) [November 25, 1994]
Cosmic Fantasy 4: Ginga Shounen Densetsu (Totsunyuuhen) [June 10, 1994]
Cosmic Fantasy: Bouken Shounen Yuu [March 30, 1990]
Cosmic Fantasy Visual Shuu [February 12, 1993]
Deathbringer: The Knight of Darkness [April 27, 1990]
Dekoboko Densetsu: Hashiru Wagamanmaa [November 2, 1990]
Exile [1992]
Exile: Wicked Phenomenon [1993]
F1 Team Simulation: Project F [September 4, 1992]
Faerie Dust Story: Meikyuu no Elfine [July 6, 1990]
Final Zone II [1990]
Golden Axe [March 10, 1990]
High Grenadier [April 12, 1991]
Jantei Monogatari [October 9, 1990]
Kiaidan 00 [October 23, 1992]
Lady Phantom [November 29, 1991]
Last Alert [1990]
Legion [September 21, 1990]
Mirai Shounen Conan [February 28, 1992]
Mugen Senshi Valis [March 19, 1992]
Naritore: The Sugoroku '92 [December 20, 1991]
Police Connection [February 26, 1993]
Pop'n Magic [July 24, 1992]
Psychic Storm [March 19, 1992]
Super Albatross [September 14, 1989]
Tenshi no Uta [October 25, 1991]
Tenshi no Uta II: Datenshi no Sentaku [March 26, 1993]
Travel Epule [September 4, 1992]
Valis II [1990]
Valis III [1992]
Valis IV [August 23, 1991]
Valis Visual Shuu [February 19, 1993]
Xak I + II [December 25, 1992]
Xak III: The Eternal Recurrence [September 30, 1994]


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